If you aren't familiar with this theory, the basic point is that the universe will end in a big crunch. The big crunch would be like the big bang reversed, so instead of expanding from one point it would now retract to one point.
Personally i like the idea of the big crunch being the beginning of a new big bang. This is more appealing to me than everything coming to a halt. I like to think of it as a cycle filled with cycles. Inside the continual expansion and retraction of the universe (We may not be the first universe) we have the cycle of how galaxies and stars are formed, how planets are formed. On our planet we have the cycle of life, the food chain etc. There are many cycles within cycles and i like this idea over the idea of this being everything.
I am not trying to say that our life on earth is everything, i would definitely not say that. I suppose this just leaves me with the idea that anything is possible. In the next big bang the human race may not exist, maybe there will be a different version of our race. Perhaps there won't be any life forms?
Anyone care to share their thoughts?